Did you know that Policy in Practice also does In Work Benefit Calculators?

Policy in Practice’s Universal Benefit Calculator has everything you need to help people set realistic job goals – the first step on the journey of getting into work.

You can show people what benefits they can get under Universal Credit and the current system, provide advice on where savings might be made and create a simple, straightforward action plan, all in one integrated platform.

Next Steps

  1. View, share or download the slides from this webinar click here >
  2. Request guest access to Policy in Practice’s Universal Benefit Calculator click here >
  3. Request pricing details for Policy in Practice’s Universal Benefit Calculator click here >
  4. Request a meeting to discuss your specific welfare reform policy delivery issues click here >
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